Who Is Hitler Inhumane

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During World War II, Hitler and his Nazi Party exterminated many groups of people throughout all of Europe in different concentration camps. One of the most famous concentration camps was Auschwitz. This is where he deported over a million people between 1940 and 1945, ranging from Jews, Poles, Soviet soldiers, Gypsies, homosexuals, etc. and killing about 1.3 of the 1.5 million. About 90% of the people Hitler targeted were Jews. Hitler’s way of rule was inhumane in many different ways.
Auschwitz was built by the Nazis as a concentration camp complex located in Silesia, present-day Poland. The location to Auschwitz was carefully planned out by the Nazi Party. In the city of Oswiecim, roads and railways intersected. These pathways would help
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As soon as they arrived, they underwent processing to determine whether or not they were fit for forced labor. If they were deemed unfit, they were immediately sent to the gas chambers for execution. To deceive the victims, the gas chambers were disguised as shower installations. In early October of 1944, hundreds of prisoners that were scheduled for execution rebelled, which resulted in the death of three guards and destroying a crematorium and gas chamber. The Germans quickly got a hold of the situation by killing almost all of prisoners involved in the revolt and hung the Jewish women who smuggled in the explosives used to destroy the crematorium and gas chamber.
In October of 1942, the third camp, Auschwitz III, was established. It was also known as Buna or Monowitz. This camp housed imprisoned laborers that were designated for working at synthetic rubber factories.
Out of all the concentration camps, there was only one location where prisoners received tattoos. Prisoners that were deemed fit for work and had just arrived received a camp serial number that was sewn into their uniforms, while those deemed unfit and were scheduled for execution via gas chamber did not get registered and did not receive a
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